OLD WEST HARVEST FEST OCT. 23-25 AT SACRED ROCKS RESERVE IN BOULEVARD

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Seasonal Family Activities, Camping and Old West Costume Contest All Part of the Fun

 

October 21, 2009 (Boulevard) - Sacred Rocks Reserve and RV Park, a 163-acre wilderness reserve with RV and tent camping sites (formerly Outdoor World RV Park), is offering a taste of the Old West with their “Old West Harvest Fest,” celebrating the harvest season and Southern California’s historical heritage. The event will be held Friday, October 23 through Sunday, October 25. Seasonal family activities to include a hayride, pumpkin painting contest (paints provided, pumpkins $5 or bring your own) bonfire and cookout, stargazing, an old time radio play (“The Lone Ranger”) and an Old West 1850’s costume contest.

 

Two nights of camping will be offered for $40 during this event weekend and will include the hayride and hotdog roast. A day visit on Saturday will be $10 per person and will include hotdog roast and hay ride. Sacred Rocks is located near Boulevard, California, approximately 60 miles East of San Diego along Interstate 8, at the head of the Pacific Crest Trail. Sacred Rocks Reserve is located at 1331 Shasta Way in Boulevard, California. Reservations are required. For information, call: 619-766-4480 or visit: www.sacredrocksreserve.com.

 

Sacred Rocks RV Park (formerly Outdoor World RV Park) is situated within Sacred
Rocks Reserve, a 163-acre wilderness playground for RV enthusiasts, campers, hikers, nature lovers and retreat seekers. Families of all ages come to camp at Sacred Rocks RV Park, enjoying the time to play together in nature. Surrounded by the outcroppings of giant rocks, 400-year old oak trees and plenty of fresh mountain air, families of all ages can hike, climb rocks, go off-roading, bird watch, read, lounge in a hammock, swim in the new outdoor pool, or soak in the spa.

 

The park also offers a 100-foot outdoor labyrinth (the largest in California) laid out on the ground in an ancient form, which provides a place to walk or meditate. 151 extra large RV sites with complete hookup facilities are available, as well as a tent camping area, mountain cabins, a bunkhouse, general store, clubhouse, shower facilities and Wifi service.

 

Event Schedule: Friday, October 23: Check in for campers, community bonfire, star gazing at the park’s Stargazer Plateau

Saturday, October 24: 1850’s Masquerade Event and Costume Contest. Prizes given for best Old West costumes. (Ideas: farmer, cowboy, sheriff, cavalry trooper, vaquero and school teacher); Pumpkin painting contest (paints provided, pumpkins $5 or bring your own); Community bonfire and cookout in the evening. An old time radio play (“The Lone Ranger”) will be performed after supper. Off-site adult fun also is available at La Posta Casino.

 

Sunday, October 25: Self-guided Nature Hike. Suggested nearby activity: train ride at the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum.

 

Sacred Rocks Reserve and RV Park is located at 1331 Shasta Way in Boulevard. Many family friendly activites are available. RV, tent campers and day visitors are welcome. Cost for two nights of camping, with hot dog roast and hayride included, is $40 per family. Saturday visitors, no overnight, costs $10 per person includes hotdog roast and hay ride.

 

RSVP: RSVP with the number of people in your group to: sacredrocks@gmail.com or call: 619-766-4480.

Comments

A great family park

My Family and I have been going to Sacred Rocks for the last 3 years and it is a wonderful hidden jewel.
I ecourage all to visit if they want a break from their hectic fast paced life.
Danna Romo